Man accused of firing shotgun at Trump supporters in a truck
A Maryland man is accused of firing a shotgun at a passing truck with a Trump marketing campaign signal that honked as he was putting in a Black Lives Matter signal on Saturday, new experiences mentioned.
Douglas Kuhn, 50, was arrested and charged with assault over the alleged capturing outdoors his Kingsville house at about 2:30 p.m., authorities mentioned.
The truck — with Trump supporters Neal Houk and his son, Bradley Lang, inside — was not hit by the gunfire, WBAL reported.
The daddy-son duo instructed the community they meant no hurt by honking at Kuhn as he positioned the signal on his property.
“It’s Kingsville, it’s a pleasant space,” Land mentioned. “Everybody honks at one another. We expect we had been hoping there might be some civility between individuals who assist completely different candidates.”
Added Lang: “He clearly has his political views, as he confirmed together with his indicators. We had been expressing those self same rights, and he attacked us for that.”
Kuhn, when being questioned by police, didn’t acknowledge the alleged capturing, The Baltimore Sun reported. He was ordered by a choose at a Monday bail assessment listening to to serve house detention.
Kuhn has no prior felony historical past and is predicted to plead not responsible, the newspaper reported, citing the suspect’s lawyer.